Preview of a Hammer film AKA "Quatermass 2" based on the BBC serial of the same name. NOTE: this copy is a bit washed out, but it was sourced from a store-bought product, so this might be as good as it gets. Topics: trailer, scifi, Quatermass
Professor Quatermass, trying to gather support for Moon colonisation his project to colonize the Moon, is intrigued by the mysterious traces that have been showing up on his radar - meteorites crashing down?. Following them to the place where they should be landing he finds a destroyed village, a mysterious factory too close to his designs for the Moon colony for comfort, and some strange, aerodynamic objects containing a mysterious, ammonia-based gas that infects one of his assistants.... Topic: horror Quatermass Hammer Film
Brian Donlevy is back as Quatermass! The Down Placers are back with another podcast!Hungry? How about some of that so-called "synthetic food" being whipped up at Winnerden Flats? Tell you what - you go on ahead and get something to eat while the Down Placers settle into a discussion of 1957's Quartermass II (dir. Val Guest). The film, also known as Enemy from Space, features the return of Quartermass played by Brian Donlevy. Tapping into a number of unspoken fears of the time, the... Topics: horror, hammer films, quatermass 2
Quatermass and the Pit (US title: Five Million Years to Earth) is a 1967 British science fiction horror film. Made by Hammer Film Productions it is a sequel to the earlier Hammer films The Quatermass Xperiment and Quatermass 2. Like its predecessors it is based on a BBC Television serial – Quatermass and the Pit – written by Nigel Kneale. It was directed by Roy Ward Baker and starsAndrew Keir in the title role as Professor Bernard Quatermass, replacing Brian... Topic: Quatermass And The Pit. 1967
Danish press book for The Quatermass Xperiment (US title: The Creeping Unknown), released in 1953.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Quatermass_Xperiment Topics: kneale, donlevy, quatermass, science fiction
The Quatermass Xperiment (dir. Val Guest) delivers classic and intelligent science fiction with that Hammer touch, and this episode of 1951 Down Place delivers a discussion of the film that ranks Number 3 on Scott's Top Five Hammer Films list. Near the end of the discussion, Scott asks his enthusiastic co-hosts of The Quatermass Xperiment managed to find its way onto their own Top Five Lists - you'll have to listen to hear their answers. Listener feedback rounds out the show, and the Down... Topics: hammer films, quatermass experiment, xperiment
Colin tries to find the science behind the spooks in Quatermass and the Pit (1967). In this Hammer Films production, work on a London tube extension uncovers a 5 million year old object which may not be of this earth. Intrepid scientist Bernard Quatermass is called in to investigate once ghosts and hobgoblins start being seen by nearby residents. Do aliens, the origin of man, and an apocalyptic battle for London eventually figure into the plot? You betcha! Find out more on this week's... Topics: quatermass, hammer, sci-fi, horror, podcast, movie
It's a very special time here at 1951 Down Place central as our intern Scott has celebrated another birthday this month. To honor this event, we've allowed Scott to pick the film to cover this month. Things are not quite what they seem as Scott's choice shook the very foundations of 1951 Down Place. Listen to this episode to find out if Derek and Casey can survive the shock to their system and triumph or will this film choice wreak its vengeance on the poor unfortunate souls who are... Topics: Hammer, Quatermass, Podcast, 1951 Down Place
These are the only two surviving episodes of "The Quatermass Experiment" - Nigel Kneale's first Quatermass series. If you want to know how it ends you will have to buy the BBC dvd which includes the original script, or see Hammer's 1955 movie version or the 2005 remake. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic Television, British, Quatermass, Sci-fi, Thriller, surviving episodes
This week DM and the Count take a side-trip into well-thought-of, well-thought-out, critically acclaimed horror! And then they watch RoboGeisha, just to keep things balanced. In other news, The Walking Dead continues to be pretty badly written, but they still appreciate all the crushed skulls. Topics: avod, podcasts, movies, horror, alan tudyk, zombies, quatermass, robot geishas
It creeps. It crawls. It kills. Robert, Nat, and Cody are joined by Director's Club Podcaster Emeritus Patrick Ripoll as we confront 1955's THE QUATERMASS XPERIMENT aka THE CREEPING UNKNOWN and 1957's QUATERMASS 2 aka ENEMY FROM SPACE and attempt to discover if there's any room for personal feelings in science or who's scarier, creatures from the unknown or Brian Donlevy. Originally published at wherethelongtailends.com. Topics: Still Watching the Skies, podcast, wherethelongtailends.com, Nigel Kneale, Val Guest, Hammer Films,...
After a few weeks of bleak, unpleasant indie films DM and the Count take a hard left into big-budget effectraganzas and ultra-classy hard sci-fi. They also discuss such varied TV shows as Spartacus and Being Human, although they don't wind up recommending either. Topics: movies, podcast, avod, alan tudyk, quatermass, the host, the a-team
The 4th Quatermass TV series is a British television science fiction serial produced by Euston Films for Thames Television and broadcast on the ITV network in October and November 1979. Like its three predecessors,Quatermass was written by Nigel Kneale. It is the fourth and final television serial to feature the character of Professor Bernard Quatermass. In this version, the character is played by John Mills. Influenced by the social and geopolitical situation of the early 1970s and the... Topics: Quatermass, John Mills, Thames Television, Mini-Series, British, Sci-Fi, Series, Classic TV,...
Esta noche ,PASIÓN DE CINE, presenta un heterogéneo menú de ciencia ficción cinematográfica. 4 relatos fantásticos que escenifican el eterno anhelo: "LA CONQUISTA DE LO IMPOSIBLE".Un transito que nos llevará hacia dos obras de culto, VIAJE ALUCINANTE (1966) y EL EXPERIMENTO DEL DOCTOR QUATERMASS (1955),y dos enigmáticas, pero inusuales ,sorpresas,APOLLO 18 (2011) y PREDESTINATION (2014) Topics: radio qk, RADIO QK, PASION DE CINE, CIENCIA, FICCION, OBRAS DE CULTO, VIAJE ALUCINANTE, EL...
A Bit of Finger (The Lords of the Dark Mix) a psychedelic, orgiastic mastication of Heavy Metal and Hot Ice from the early 70's, incorporating the musical interpolations of The Deviants - Garbage (scattered throughout), Black Sabbath - A Bit of Finger in the beginning and Planet Caravan at the end, Frumpy - Duty (Rainer Baumann, Jean-Jacques Kravetz, Inga Rumpf and exquisite German engineering), Quatermass - Laughin' Tackle (the Bass laden symphonic hipgnosis of Peter Robinson), Stray Dog -... Topics: A Bit of Finger, Lord of the Dark, psychedelic, orgiastic, heavy metal, hot ice, early 70's, The...
An episode of Reality Check: Alex Fitch talks to actors John Banks and Pamela Salem, producer David Richardson and director Ken Bentley about Counter Measures, a sequel to Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks. Topics: Reality Check, Alex Fitch, actors, John Banks, Pamela Salem, Big Finish, producer, David... Source: Resonance FM / SCI-FI-LONDON